Textured painterly floral iPhoneography image. Although my floral images follow quite a tight workflow at the moment, I wanted to share a couple of learning points I took away from this piece of iPhoneography.
Textured painterly floral iPhoneography image. Spring has finally sprung here in the UK but during the dark and seemingly endless winter months my iPhoneography has definitely taken a turn towards the floral.
Textured painterly floral iPhoneography image. Despite the cold weather outside, the good news is that in our house we have lots to celebrate at this time of year so I can flex my iPhoneography muscle indoors and keep my fingers warm.
Still life floral iPhoneography image in a painterly textured style shows Gypsophila against a heavily manipulated background. Post processing is made significantly easier by ensuring as clean a background as possible. Initial post processing involves correcting the lighting situation.
I guess it might be the season. Short cold damp days seem to be full of grey. More than ever I’m drawn to colour. This floral iPhoneography image in a painterly textured style feels comforting and fills the void left by the lack of warmth and colour outside.
I think every iPhoneography portfolio needs one of these. One of the issues with iPhoneography is the inability to change focal lengths optically and I’m not a fan of digital zoom so this workflow looks at what can be done in post processing.